Menachem Stark was a good father and a generous man, his brother-in-law writes. The Hasidic developer didn’t deserve to be brutally murdered — or smeared when he cannot respond.
2014 marks a brutal milestone. A century ago World War I heralded the beginning of the era of mechanized mass violence and murder on a global scale.
Menachem Stark was kidnapped and brutally murdered. The Hasidic real estate man may have had enemies — but Jewish humor and stereotypes have no place in the tragedy.
Jennifer Gorovitz is leaving the San Francisco Jewish federation to start a new chapter in her life. She says Jewish innovators — and other women — will pick up the torch.
The settlement of Ariel in the West Bank has become a litmus test, writes Leonard Fein. If you believe in a two-state solution, you must boycott it.